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Vol 41, No 2 (March 1988) Economic optimum big sagebrush control for increasing crested wheatgrass production.  PDF
J.A. Tanaka, J.P. Workman
Vol 39, No 3 (May 1986) Douglas-fir encroachment into mountain grasslands in southwestern Montana.  PDF
S.F. Arno, G.E. Gruell
Vol 19, No 5 (September 1966) Opportunities In Range Management Through Association.  PDF
F.F. Higbee
Vol 14, No 4 (July 1961) Editorial: Wildlife and Range Biology-A Single Problem.  PDF
R.B. Davis
Vol 52, No 2 (March 1999) Opportunity costs related to feral horses: a Wyoming case study. Abstract  PDF
C.T. Bastian, L.W. Van Tassell, A.C. Cotton, M.A. Smith
Vol 50, No 1 (January 1997) The economic impacts of increased grazing fees on Gila National Forest grazing permittees. Abstract  PDF
L.A. Torell, T.W. Drummond
Vol 47, No 5 (September 1994) Perceptions vs. recommendations: a rangeland decision-making dilemma. Abstract  PDF
R.C. Rowan, H.W. Ladewig, L.D. White
Vol 41, No 5 (September 1988) Atrazine dissipation and off-plot movement in a Nebraska sandhills subirrigated meadow.  PDF
J.J. Brejda, P.J. Shea, L.E. Moser, S.S. Waller
Vol 10, No 5 (September 1957) A New Look at Erosion Control.  PDF
N.H. French
Vol 9, No 6 (November 1956) One Rancher's Experience-In The Grassland Range of Southern Arizona.  PDF
J.W. Bohning, S.C. Martin
Vol 8, No 6 (November 1955) Some Aspects of Range Improvement in a Mediterranean Environment.  PDF
Z. Naveh
Vol 51, No 2 (March 1998) Efficacy and costs of controlling eastern redcedar. Abstract  PDF
J. Ortmann, J. Stubbendieck, R.A. Masters, G.H. Pfeiffer, T.B. Bragg
Vol 43, No 1 (January 1990) Control of honey mesquite with herbicides: influence of stem number.  PDF
P.W. Jacoby, R.J. Ansley, C.H. Meadors, C.J. Cuomo
Vol 41, No 4 (July 1988) Cattle, vegetation, and economic responses to grazing systems and grazing pressure.  PDF
R.H. Hart, M.J. Samuel, P.S. Test, M.A. Smith
Vol 39, No 6 (November 1986) Effect of season and regrazing on diet quality of burned Florida range.  PDF
K.R. Long, R.S. Kalmbacher, F.G. Martin
Vol 6, No 1 (January 1953) The Sixth International Grassland Congress.  PDF
M.W. Talbot
Vol 50, No 4 (July 1997) Biomass and carbohydrates of spotted knapweed and Idaho fescue after repeated grazing. Abstract  PDF
B.E. Olson, R.T. Wallander
Vol 48, No 4 (July 1995) Sequence of species selection by cattle and sheep on South African sourveld. Abstract  PDF
P.J. O'Reagain, E.A. Grau
Vol 42, No 1 (January 1989) Comparison of weight estimate and rising-plate meter methods to measure herbage mass of a mountain meadow.  PDF
E.A. Laca, M.W. Demment, J. Winckel, J.G. Kie
Vol 36, No 2 (March 1983) Herbicide treatment and vegetation response to treatment of mesquites in southern New Mexico.  PDF
C.H. Herbel, W.L. Gould, W.F. Leifeste, R.P. Gibbens
Vol 6, No 5 (September 1953) Effects of Clipping on Some Range Shrubs.  PDF
G.A. Garrison
Vol 50, No 1 (January 1997) Effect of weed seed rate and grass defoliation level on diffuse knapweed. Abstract  PDF
R.L. Sheley, B.E. Olson, L.L. Larson
Vol 47, No 4 (July 1994) Government policy effects on cattle and wildlife ranching profits in Zimbabwe. Abstract  PDF
U.P. Kreuter, J.P. Workman
Vol 41, No 5 (September 1988) Economic comparison of aerial and ground ignition for rangeland prescribed fires.  PDF
G.A. Rasmussen, G.R. McPherson, H.A. Wright
Vol 40, No 2 (March 1987) Increase in number of dominant plants and dominance-classes on a grassland in the northern Chihuahuan Desert.  PDF
R.P. Gibbens, R.F. Beck
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